GT Sport Screenshot Blowout: 124 New Images

Gran Turismo Sport 20 December 4, 2016 by
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We’re now comfortably into day two of PlayStation Experience 2016. Yesterday, to kick of the weekend, Polyphony Digital unleashed the first 4K trailer for Gran Turismo Sport, showing off all types of cars racing around the game’s circuits.

While dynamic time and weather won’t be featuring in GT Sport, the official website was also updated to give us a closer look at the numerous time/weather presets the game’s existing circuits will feature. From a bright and sunny Nürburgring, a dimly lit Fishermans Ranch, or an overcast Brands Hatch, we covered the spread of track variations with 42 images yesterday. As it turns out, that was only a fraction of the images that would be released.

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After a big focus on the game’s Gr. 3 offerings earlier this year, PlayStation Experience 2016 is shining a light on the less-extreme Gr. 4 class. Many of the cars that we’ve already seen sporting broad stances and big wings have been given more civilized options. Looking far closer to their stock counterparts, the Gr. 4 cars from Subaru, Hyundai, Alfa Romeo, and Mercedes-Benz all give chase to a VW that should look familiar to GT6 players…

We’ll stop rambling and let you get to the viewing. Below you’ll find a gallery containing 124 new screenshots. Unlike the blowout that accompanied the game’s E3 2016 showing, which showed many different menus, this selection focuses solely on the cars and tracks.

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